well, arena is more or less dead anyway. so yeah, lets print all the shitty cards...
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May 1, 2019Posted in: The Arena
Atm I'm really close to quit the game for good (playing since beta). Arena is just about creating random cards now most of the time. Rarely have a game when any skill involved. Most of the decks are the same again, so it's boring too. In this expansion my winrate after 456 games with coin is 59.4%, without coin is 71.01%. Huge difference again... Also I only had worse winrate in the legendary and the firelands portal metas, so it seems this is almost as random as those were.
Also, playing against the same warlock deck again and again is just not fun.
Apr 17, 2019Posted in: The Arena
so I had a really great warlock deck, at 10-0 I met 3 rogues in a row and the deck went 10-3.
rogue is the most played class atm (at least against me) and obviously my winrate is the lowest against them.
Not saying that this is the worst meta ever (both the legendary meta and the firelands meta were worse) but most of the time there is no skill in the games at all. Its just about BS cards.
Oh and also, I had a period when I had only 4 spells in 3 consecutive drafts altogether. Yep, 1 spell, 1 spell and 2 spells. Mage + priest + warrior drafts. They really need to adjust a lof of things asap.
Apr 5, 2019Posted in: The Arena
I rarely post non 12-0 decks but this one was fun, nice and simple. Also, a perfect example of how stupid the tier score is...
12-1 mage deck with 63.9 tier score.
Sharkfin Fan gave me multiple pirates in multiple games and I also managed to resurrect Gruul + Splitting image it in a game. By the time I managed to kill that priest, the Gruul Who Lived had 18 attack... He smashed. And smashed. And smashed. Reliably. :)
Feb 7, 2019skaven posted a message on Servant of Yogg-Saron Tryouts is This Week's Tavern BrawlPosted in: News
my favourite brawl!!!!!!
Feb 3, 2019Posted in: The Arena
my first 12-0 in this meta:
so far I was a bit unlucky, eight 11 win runs and only five 12 wins, but this one was amazing. I was a bit worried after the draft, without a single defile it can be hard to survive against some agressive decks but four 4 drops, eight 3 drops and some spells like coil and shadowbolt with the hellfire and the phoenix was more than enough. to be honest, shadowbolt was my most valuable early game card, its just amazing against those 3/4s and 4/4s, usually I could play a 2 drop or coin out a 3 drop, killed their mob with shadowbolt, next turn I killed their mob again with hit + coil or phoenix while my mob survived and usually that was enough.
Feb 3, 2019skaven posted a message on The Twitch Rivals Hearthstone Arena Draft Challenge Is Live (Jan 29)Posted in: News
is there any info about the event somewhere? OK, someone mentioned here the winners, but what about the others? I really liked the event but I had no free time to watch it. :(
Dec 24, 2018Posted in: Card Discussion
the whole expansion was about Northrend, so it was fully packed with things like these. :)
Overall it was a really great expansion, still in the top 3 best expansions. The game really went downhill in the last few years.
Dec 24, 2018Posted in: Card Discussion
I just found 2 more references I doubt many have thought of. First:
Eydis Darkbane and Fjola Lightbane. As valkyries, they needed Scandinavian sounding names, so why not borrow some letters from the most famous Scandinavian word of 2010, EYjaFJallajökull. The name maker might not have been concious about this, but I think there is no way it was a coinsidence. The FJ starts the word "mountain" in Icelandic.
Lost in the Jungle has its name borrowed from this book by Yossi Ghinsberg. It is indeed about surviving the tough conditions of Amazon. The names of the 2 rectruits, George and Carl, can be a reference in its own to some famous people, but at the very least, they foreshaddow this rare singleplayer boss from K&C.
"Patch 3.2.0: Call of the Crusade brought a host of new features for World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King and went live on 4 August 2009.
Fjola and Eydis are two very powerful val'kyr that were originally sent by the Lich King along with their Vengeful Val'kyr army to disrupt, destroy, and terrorize the Argent Tournament and its citizens. But during this attack Argent Confessor Paletress comes to the defense of the tournament and battles the twins. Paletress is victorious, and Fjola and Eydis are captured. Their bonds are maintained by Priestess Alorah and Priest Grimmin.
They later appear as the "final" challenge of the coliseum after the raid has defeated the Faction Champions."
It might be a valid link to the vulcano, but these two were added to WoW earlier.
Dec 16, 2018skaven posted a message on Why Rumble Run is a major failure in comparison to other PvE contentPosted in: General Discussion
Well the major complaints about Dungeon run and Mosnter hunt were Europeans whining that they didnt want to be forced to play a mode they didnt like just to get some packs, and that's why we didn't get the packs quests this time so you guys can thank Europeans for that.
Dec 16, 2018Posted in: General Discussion
Difficult is not necessarily the same thing as challenging. If you get the right cards and draw well in the rumble, it's super easy. If you don't, it's all but impossible. That's not a challenge, it's just randomness. And just because it's free doesn't mean we can't recognize its flaws.
Maybe state your own opinion not as a fact. Only because you see it this way, doesn’t mean it’s right. And if you read my whole comment, you see I recognized a flaw. And recognizing a flaw is different to just spreading hate.
he wasnt offensive at all, and what he said about difficulty is just a simple fact. game design has its basic rules, thats it. you are the only one so far in this topic who talked about spreading hate...
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